WordUnited Launches Free Resources Hub

WordUnited has launched a free and fast-growing research hub, including printable worksheets and activities for children.

September 20, 2019 / / —

WordUnited has just launched its fast-growing Free Resources Hub wordunited.com/resources/. The site includes 100s of fun printable worksheets and activities for children, plus free teaching resources, free classroom displays and inspirational videos. All the resources are perfectly placed for teachers and parents to access and make the most of at home and in school.

WordUnited also includes a comprehensive and expanding selection of early years resources and printables for Primary Years Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. Resources can be downloaded, shared and printed completely free of charge. This is ideal for parents who homeschool and need to find resources to use at home but it could also work for parents who are keen to be involved in their child’s education and want to help them learn them at home as well.

For teachers, the resources are designed to make lesson planning easier and provide inspiration too. WordUnited invites teachers and parents to suggest resources they need. WordUnited will develop many of the suggested resources free of charge every month and add them to its Free Resources Hub. This is a great way for teachers and parents to bring their ideas to life and share with everyone passionate about helping children to learn.

WordUnited's Free Resources Hub is designed to work just as well on a mobile device as it does on a computer. This means that it doesn’t matter where teachers or parents are browsing; they always get a great experience on the site. The Free Resource Hub is easy to use and the search features allow customers to refine what they are looking for by subject and age group. Users can also search for items more specifically using the bar at the top of the page. All the free resources are designed to be fun, flexible and easy to use.

Let's spread the joy of learning!

About WordUnited
WordUnited is an independent publisher, bookseller and educational supplier of children’s books, award-winning toys and exceptional learning resources for children from birth to 11 years old to nurture learning and development.

For more information about WordUnited, please contact Janna Eskova on 01782698558 or email learn@wordunited.com. Please address any postal queries to WordUnited Ltd, Unit 4, Reads Road, Fenton Industrial Estate, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 2RL and check out their website https://wordunited.com/ for any further information you need.

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Address: Unit 4, Reads Road, Fenton Industrial Estate, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 2RL
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